Penny was started late in life due to no fault of hers. She has a solid foundation, ready to take any direction. She is very sweet and easy to handle on the ground, beautiful mover for the sport horse disciplines. Baths, loads, etc. Under saddle she is a forward ride. She is responsive to the aids and has comfortable gaits. No buck, rear, bolt. She would be excellent for an experienced older teen working with a trainer, or an anyone who wants a bit more power and speed. We tried her over fences lightly and she loves it, and have taken her to school baby cross-country. She's a bold mare, not spooky. She does like a varied routine, so keeping hacks, jumping, lunging in the mix keeps her brain occupied instead of straight arena work. She loves being worked 5-6 days/week, and requires adequate turn-out to run. Great feet, up to date on teeth and vaccines, gets regular chiropractic and PEMF work. She could also make a fantastic broodmare for your program. Her sire, Amorex, is known for producing phenomenal jumpers as well as top dressage horses.